Draculoides cochranus ( Framenau, Hamilton, Finston, Humphreys, Abrams, Huey and Harvey, 2018 )

Abrams, Kym M., Huey, Joel A., Hillyer, Mia J., Didham, Raphael K. & Harvey, Mark S., 2020, A systematic revision of Draculoides (Schizomida: Hubbardiidae) of the Pilbara, Western Australia, Part I: the Western Pilbara, Zootaxa 4864 (1), pp. 1-75 : 43-44

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Draculoides cochranus ( Framenau, Hamilton, Finston, Humphreys, Abrams, Huey and Harvey, 2018 )
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Draculoides cochranus ( Framenau, Hamilton, Finston, Humphreys, Abrams, Huey and Harvey, 2018)  

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Paradraculoides cochranus Framenau, Hamilton, Finston, Humphreys, Abrams, Huey and Harvey 2018: 523–528   , figs. 10– 12.

Draculoides cochranus (Framenau, Hamilton, Finston, Humphreys, Abrams, Huey and Harvey)   : Abrams et al. 2019 MPE 106532: 8, fig. 2.

Material examined. Holotype male. AUSTRALIA: Western Australia: Cochrane and Jewell, 37.7 km S. of Pannawonica , 21°55’55”S, 116°07’43”E, 25–28 November 2008, troglofauna trap, 15 m, J. Cairnes, M. Menz (Biota Environmental Sciences, RNRC083 P5 T1–3 ) ( WAM T 93229 View Materials ) (DNA: COI, ITS2 ). GoogleMaps  

Paratypes. AUSTRALIA: Western Australia: 1 ♀, Cochrane and Jewell, 37.7 km S. of Pannawonica , 21°55’55”S, 116°07’43”E, 13–16 October 2008, troglofauna trap, 15 m, G. Humphreys, M. Menz (Biota Environmental Sciences, RNRC083 P4 T1–3 ) ( WAM T 93197 View Materials ) (DNA: COI, ITS2 ) GoogleMaps   ; 1 ♀, Jewell and Cochrane Bore , site RNRC162 , 21°56’02.88”S, 116°08’15.54”E, 17 January 2008, troglofauna trap, J. Alexander, T. Sachse (Biota Environmental Sciences, RNRC162 P2 T2–1 ) ( WAM T 54136 View Materials ) GoogleMaps   .

Other material. AUSTRALIA: Western Australia: See Framenau et al. (2018).

Diagnosis. The shape of the male flagellum of Draculoides cochranus   most closely resembles D. affinis   , D. anachoretus   , D. bythius   , D. eremius   , D. gnophicola   , D. kryptus   , D. mckechnieorum   , D. noctigrassator   and D. warramboo   , especially in the presence of a broad base. It differs from D. affinis   , D. eremius   and D. gnophicola   in the presence of a distally tapered tip (blunt tip in the aforementioned species). It differs from D. kryptus   and D. bythius   in the anterior position of dm 4 in relation to dl3 (dm4 posterior to dl 3 in D. kryptus   and in line with dl 3 in D. bythius   ). It differs from D. anachoretus   , D. mckechnieorum   , D. noctigrassator   and D. warramboo   in the placement of dm4, which is roughly in line with dl1 (dm4 is posterior to dl 1 in D. anachoretus   ). The female flagellum of D. cochranus   differs from all other Draculoides   in the short gap between dm4 to dl1 (by the relatively anterior position of dm4). Draculoides cochranus   can be diagnosed from all other Draculoides   species that were sequenced at COI and ITS2 by the 50bp mini-barcodes shown in Figures 3 View FIGURE 3 and 7 View FIGURE 7 .

Description. See Framenau et al. (2018).

Remarks. Draculoides cochranus   is known from the Cochrane and Jewell Bores complex, located in the western Hamersley Range, Western Australia ( Fig. 1C View FIGURE 1 ).

WAM

Western Australian Museum

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Tavera, Department of Geology and Geophysics

COI

University of Coimbra Botany Department

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Arachnida

Order

Schizomida

Family

Hubbardiidae

Genus

Draculoides

Loc

Draculoides cochranus ( Framenau, Hamilton, Finston, Humphreys, Abrams, Huey and Harvey, 2018 )

Abrams, Kym M., Huey, Joel A., Hillyer, Mia J., Didham, Raphael K. & Harvey, Mark S. 2020
2020
Loc

Paradraculoides cochranus

Framenau, V. W. & Hamilton, Z. R. & Finston, T. & Humphreys, G. & Abrams, K. M. & Huey, J. A. & Harvey, M. S. 2018: 528
2018